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In a way that's what many of us do. It depends on your looking glass. If
your view is systemic then networks represent systems. There's lots of
work out there looking at "X as complex adaptive system". Two refs:
Mathews, K. Michael, Michael C. White, and Rebecca G. Long. 1999.
"Why Study the Complexity Sciences in the Social Sciences?" Human
Morel, Benoit, and Rangaraj Ramanujam. 1999. "Through the Looking
Glass of Complexity: The Dynamics of Organizations as Adaptive and
Evolving Systems." Organization Science 10(3):278-293.
> Has anyone done (or is anyone doing) research combining SNA with System
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